how to solve 15 to the 0 exponent a to the -3 and b to the 0

Algebra
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Nedd to write the expression in positive exponent

Dec 9th, 2014

Well, since 15 to the 0 power is one,  and b to the 0 is 1, you have a^-3

Using the property of exponents, you can then say a^-3 = (1/a^3)

Hope this helps!

Dec 9th, 2014

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